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With today's new innovations in detection, prevention and treatment, being diagnosed with cancer is no longer means that you are facing a terminal disease.

Kidney cancer is a malignant tumour developed from the kidney cells. Malignant kidney tumours account for 1-2% of malignant cancers in adults. Men are affected twice as often as women. The cause of kidney cancer is unknown, however, some genetic factors and damages of the kidney cell DNA caused by e.g. cigarette smoking or environmental factors are...

Sadness and sorrow are two things that can happen to anyone. What makes it wonder is how they can handle the burden and find the strength to face it? We can even ask ourselves how we can deal with the situation. Unfortunately, the answer often comes after we actually experience the tragedy.

There is no doubt that cancer is known for its fearsome reputation. There is reasons for its reputation. This is a disease which has not yet fully yielded to the the abilities and intelligence of doctors and medical scientists. And, as though the torment from the disease is not enough, the treatment for cancer, too, causes heavy suffering to the...